Jan Schneider | 2 Jan 10:58 2008

Re: Times in Week view when printing

Zitat von Stefan Stolz <s.newslists <at> googlemail.com>:

> Hello,
>
> i have Kronolith H3 (2.2-RC1). In month view he shows start/stop times
> for the entrys when i set it in settings. But in week view he don`t
> shows it. Is this a bug?  It would be also important for me in week
> view to see start and stop times.
>
> Thanks
> Stolzi
>
>
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Please create a ticket on http://bugs.horde.org/.

Jan.

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Jan Schneider | 9 Jan 23:50 2008

Kronolith H3 (2.1.7) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Kronolith
Calendar Application version H3 (2.1.7).

This is a bugfix release that also fixes privilege escalation in the Horde API
and missing ownership validation in the share management. All users are
encouraged to upgrade to this version.

Kronolith is the Horde calendar application.  It provides web-based calendars
backed by a SQL database or a Kolab server.  Supported features include shared
calendars, remote calendars, meeting management, alarms, recurring events, and
a sophisticated day/week view which handles arbitrary numbers of overlapping
events.

Major changes compared to the Kronolith H3 (2.1.6) version are:
    * Fixed privilege escalation in the Horde API.
    * Fixed missing ownership validation on share changes.
    * Updated Japanese translation.
    * Small bugfixes and improvements.

The full list of changes (from version H3 (2.1.6)) can be viewed here:

http://cvs.horde.org/diff.php/kronolith/docs/CHANGES?r1=1.165.2.158&r2=1.165.2.161.2.3&ty=h

The Kronolith H3 (2.1.7) distribution is available from the following locations:

    ftp://ftp.horde.org/pub/kronolith/kronolith-h3-2.1.7.tar.gz
    http://ftp.horde.org/pub/kronolith/kronolith-h3-2.1.7.tar.gz

Patches against version H3 (2.1.6) are available at:

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Alfonso Marí­n Marí­n | 11 Jan 09:14 2008
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Problem with categories

Hi,

In Kronolith 2.2-RC1, when you select "New Category" in Add Event Form, 
and you enter a Category that already exists (in the JavaScript pop-up 
dialog), you get this error:

Notice: Undefined variable: category in 
/var/www/horde/agenda/lib/Driver.php on line 1698

I solved that just defining $category previously (i attach the patch)

Alfonso.

Attachment (Driver.php.patch): text/x-patch, 576 bytes
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Jan Schneider | 13 Jan 17:58 2008

Re: Problem with categories

Zitat von Alfonso Marí­n Marí­n <almarin <at> um.es>:

> Hi,
>
> In Kronolith 2.2-RC1, when you select "New Category" in Add Event  
> Form, and you enter a Category that already exists (in the  
> JavaScript pop-up dialog), you get this error:
>
> Notice: Undefined variable: category in  
> /var/www/horde/agenda/lib/Driver.php on line 1698
>
> I solved that just defining $category previously (i attach the patch)

I fixed it a bit differently, but thanks for the pointers.

Jan.

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Eric K | 13 Jan 23:16 2008

Minor annoyance with Horde Webmail 1.1RC1...

I've been using the new version of Horde for a couple of weeks and I've
noticed a few things.
One is that alarmed appointments are displayed even if the alarm and the
event are months in the future.
Another thing I've noticed is that events I put into Kronolith before
synchronization with SyncML don't get sent to the client.

Eric
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Alexander Bruckner | 16 Jan 11:53 2008

Problem with import of meeting invitation to own calendar

Hi,

I am testing these versions:

- Kronolith: H3 (2.2-RC1)
- Dimp: H3 (1.0-RC1)
- Horde: 3.2-RC1
- Imp: H3 (4.2-RC1)

with PHP 4.4.4-8+etch4.

When userA creates a calendar entry and sends an invitation to userB,  
userB cannot add the entry to his own calendar. The error message is:
"There was an error importing the event: Already Exists"

The problem seems to be that userA has already added the event to his  
calendar. When userB tries to import the event (function  
_kronolith_import in lib/api.php) an error is raised by the function  
getByUID in lib/Driver/sql.php, which finds an event in the database  
with the given uid (since userA has already added the event).

I have already tried to extend the getByUID function by passing the  
calendar_id so that an event is only returned, if uid and calendar_id  
already exist:

lib/api.php:
$existing_event = &$kronolith_driver->getByUID($uid,$calendar);

lib/Driver/sql.php:
$query = 'SELECT event_id, event_uid, calendar_id, event_description,' \
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Jan Schneider | 17 Jan 00:43 2008

Re: Problem with import of meeting invitation to own calendar

Zitat von Alexander Bruckner <bruckner <at> universaledition.com>:

> Hi,
>
> I am testing these versions:
>
> - Kronolith: H3 (2.2-RC1)
> - Dimp: H3 (1.0-RC1)
> - Horde: 3.2-RC1
> - Imp: H3 (4.2-RC1)
>
> with PHP 4.4.4-8+etch4.
>
> When userA creates a calendar entry and sends an invitation to userB,
> userB cannot add the entry to his own calendar. The error message is:
> "There was an error importing the event: Already Exists"
>
> The problem seems to be that userA has already added the event to his
> calendar. When userB tries to import the event (function
> _kronolith_import in lib/api.php) an error is raised by the function
> getByUID in lib/Driver/sql.php, which finds an event in the database
> with the given uid (since userA has already added the event).
>
> I have already tried to extend the getByUID function by passing the
> calendar_id so that an event is only returned, if uid and calendar_id
> already exist:
>
> lib/api.php:
> $existing_event = &$kronolith_driver->getByUID($uid,$calendar);
>
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Gareth McCumskey | 17 Jan 06:50 2008
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Reminders not sending and script not exiting

Greetings all....

I needed some help with a Kronolith setup we currently run. We are trying to
setup the reminders but are having trouble as all instructions say create a
cron and yet when we do the reminders.php file (v 1.17.10.7) runs but never
exits.

I had thought this may be a daemon because of code found at the bottom of
that file:

$reminder = &Horde_Scheduler::unserialize('Horde_Scheduler_kronolith');

// Start the daemon going.
$reminder->run();

Problem is I have joined the project we are working on late in development,
do not have all the information to hand and documentation to what was done
to the Horde install is pretty much non existant.

If anyone can guide me to directions on how to get that to run...

All help is appreciated and thank you in advance :)

Gareth McCumskey
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Alexander Bruckner | 17 Jan 08:56 2008

Re: Problem with import of meeting invitation to own calendar


Zitat von Jan Schneider <jan <at> horde.org>:

> Zitat von Alexander Bruckner <bruckner <at> universaledition.com>:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am testing these versions:
>>
>> - Kronolith: H3 (2.2-RC1)
>> - Dimp: H3 (1.0-RC1)
>> - Horde: 3.2-RC1
>> - Imp: H3 (4.2-RC1)
>>
>> with PHP 4.4.4-8+etch4.
>>
>> When userA creates a calendar entry and sends an invitation to userB,
>> userB cannot add the entry to his own calendar. The error message is:
>> "There was an error importing the event: Already Exists"
>>
>> The problem seems to be that userA has already added the event to his
>> calendar. When userB tries to import the event (function
>> _kronolith_import in lib/api.php) an error is raised by the function
>> getByUID in lib/Driver/sql.php, which finds an event in the database
>> with the given uid (since userA has already added the event).
>>
>> I have already tried to extend the getByUID function by passing the
>> calendar_id so that an event is only returned, if uid and calendar_id
>> already exist:
>>
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Jan Schneider | 17 Jan 10:14 2008

Re: Reminders not sending and script not exiting

Zitat von Gareth McCumskey <gmccumskey <at> gmail.com>:

> Greetings all....
>
> I needed some help with a Kronolith setup we currently run. We are trying to
> setup the reminders but are having trouble as all instructions say create a
> cron and yet when we do the reminders.php file (v 1.17.10.7) runs but never
> exits.
>
> I had thought this may be a daemon because of code found at the bottom of
> that file:
>
> $reminder = &Horde_Scheduler::unserialize('Horde_Scheduler_kronolith');
>
> // Start the daemon going.
> $reminder->run();

No, it's not really a daemon. Try to trace the code in reminders.php  
and lib/Scheduler/kronolith.php to see where it hangs.

Jan.

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